BBNK Share Price

Open 30.17 Change Price %
High 30.17 1 Day -0.21 -0.70
Low 29.71 1 Week 0.00 0.00
Close 29.80 1 Month 0.00 0.00
Volume 30879 1 Year 0.00 0.00
52 Week High 18.19
52 Week Low 4.75
BBNK Important Levels
Resistance 2 30.23
Resistance 1 30.05
Pivot 29.89
Support 1 29.55
Support 2 29.37
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Bridge Capital Holdings (NASDAQ: BBNK)

BBNK Technical Analysis 5
As on 30th Jun 2015 BBNK Share Price closed @ 29.80 and we RECOMMEND Strong Buy for LONG-TERM with Stoploss of 24.22 & Strong Buy for SHORT-TERM with Stoploss of 28.31 we also expect STOCK to react on Following IMPORTANT LEVELS.
BBNK Target for May
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BBNK Other Details
Segment EQ
Market Capital 232857408.00
Sector Finance Major Banks
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BBNK Business Profile
Bridge Capital Holdings, incorporated on April 6, 2004, is a bank holding company. The Company is a holding company for its subsidiary, Bridge Bank, National Association (the Bank). The bank’s corporate banking services include cash and treasury management solutions, automated clearing house (ACH) payment and wire solutions, fraud protection and online banking. In addition, the Bank’s International Banking Division serves clients operating in the global marketplace through services including foreign exchange (payments and hedging), letters of credit, and import/export financing. In August 2012, the Company announced the creation of its Capital Finance Division, previously known as the Bridge Capital Finance Group (BCFG). The Bank engaged in a range of lending products designed to meet the needs of its customers, including commercial lines of credit and term loans, constructions loans, and equipment loans. In addition, the Bank extends accounts receivable, factoring and inventory financing to some of its customers. The Bank’s lending solutions include working capital lines of credit, structured finance (asset-based lending and factoring), 7(a) and 504 small business administration (SBA) loans, commercial real estate loans, sustainable energy project financing, growth capital loans, equipment financing, letters of credit, and corporate credit cards. The Bank finances real estate construction projects, primarily for the construction of owner occupied and one to four unit residential developments and commercial buildings. The Bank directs its commercial lending principally toward businesses whose demands for credit fall within the Bank’s lending limit. In the event there are customers whose commercial loan demands exceed the Bank’s lending limits, the Bank seeks to arrange for such loans on a participation basis with other financial institutions. The Bank also extends lines of credit to individual borrowers, and provides homeowner equity loans, home improvement loans, auto financing, credit and debit cards and overdraft/cash reserve accounts. Commercial loans were $330.3 million, as of December 31, 2011. As of December 31, 2011, its commercial loans consisted of 43.4% of total loans. The Bank’s construction loans were $47.2 million, as of December 31, 2011. As of December 31, 2011, the Bank’s land loans were $6.8 million. Its other real estate loans consist of commercial real estate and home equity lines of credit. Other real estate loans were $157.4 million, as of December 31, 2011.As of December 31, 2011, SBA loans consisted of $73.3 million or 9.6% of total loans. The Bank’s other loans consist primarily of loans to individuals for personal uses, such as installment purchases, overdraft protection loans and a variety of other consumer purposes. As of December 31, 2011, other loans totaled $4.4 million.